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‘The Crown’ would make Golden Globe history if it snatches another drama series crown

‘The Crown’ would make Golden Globe history if it snatches another drama series crown

The Crown” ruled the Golden Globes with its first season, snagging Best Drama Series in 2017, but it was dethroned for its second and third installments. However, with reigning champ “Succession” ineligible and a smaller, coronavirus-impacted slate, the royal drama leads our early odds to pick up its second series trophy in unprecedented fashion.

If “The Crown” prevails in February with its fourth season, which drops Nov. 15, it would be the first show to win non-consecutive drama series Globes after suffering a loss. The Netflix series fell to “The Handmaid’s Tale” for its second season in 2018 and to “Succession” for its third in January. In other words, no drama has won, lost and then won again.

One other show has taken home non-consecutive drama series statuettes: “The X-Files,” which is fitting since Gillian Anderson plays Margaret Thatcher in Season 4 of “The Crown” and tops our supporting actress odds. But the sci-fi

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